1969 Dodge Super Bee

Courtesy of Auctions America

• 447-cid, 520-hp V8 engine

• 4-speed manual transmission

• Fresh restoration by car’s third owner

• Ramcharger lift-off hood with display stands

• Performance upgrades

This 1969 Super Bee was treated to a fresh restoration by its third owners, Jerry and Rickie Lane, along with significant engine upgrades. It has a 447-cid RB block, 10:1 Mopar Performance pistons, Mopar Performance solid-lifter cam and adjustable rockers and 452 heads. Completely rebuilt in 2002, the engine has been dyno-tested at 520 hp.

Finished in Jade Green, it has the Ramcharger lift-off hood with display stands. The undercarriage has been extensively powder coated, the brake lines are stainless steel, and it has a 1¼-inch sway bar and polyurethane bushings. The 4-speed transmission has a pistol-grip shifter, and the rear axle is a 4.11 limited-slip unit.